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autorank Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Wed Oct-12-05 03:15 AM
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138.  Do prosecutors have the "proof" when the investigate a treason?
No, they have a suspicion...and when special proescutor work is done properly, they have a pretty strong suspicion. We saw this with prosecutor Fitzgerald in Illinois when his honest suspicion sn turned into targets of investigation which then resulted in trials and convictions. May he repeat his pattern.

We have enough evidence from multiple sources to convene a full, independent, vigorous, well funded investigation. It's only been 10 months. Do we give up on crimes that occurred only 10 months ago? Do we give up on the theft of the Presidency 10 months ago when our suspicions are strong enough to have a full blown investigation. We certainly do not and can not.

Let's ask Rep. Conyers if he thinks there is enough evidence of election fraud to convene a full scale investigation of the 2004 Presidential election (and hope that the investigator branches out to 2002 Georgia, that one still galls many).

You can't ask for "proof" prior to an investigation. That is putting the cart before the horse. You ask for an investigation based on enough evidence to generate strong suspicions and targets of that investigation.
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